Red Dirt RubyConf 2011

  • Keynote
    Aaron Patterson
    Open source contributions include:
    ARel, Nokogiri, and Mechanize
    Aaron Patterson - AT&T Interactive
  • Keynote
    Dr Nic Williams
    Open source contributions include:
    Hudson.rb, RoR Textmate Bundle, and ChocTop
    Dr Nic Williams - Engine Yard
  • Conference Themes
    nike air max 3m
    HOA president puts the kibosh on clubhouse dance session Police were called to a motel in the 1200 block of Hypoluxo Road, where a taxi driver told them his passenger did not have money to pay for her $24 fare. An officer spoke to the woman, who said she had been evicted from her home. She said her sister had called the taxi for her and said she had pre paid for it. Her sister also told her she had paid for a room at the motel. However, the taxi was not paid for, nor was there nike free 5.0 a motel room reserved for her. The cab driver decided not to press charges, and the motel staff agreed to give her a room for the night free of charge. While police were at the scene, the woman daughter in law called and said she would pick up the woman and help her to find social services. A woman and several fellow dancers were practicing their routines in a clubhouse in the 800 block of North Federal Highway when the homeowners association president arrived in a state of distress. The HOA president informed the dancers that they could not use the facility without a $100 deposit and board approval. While the woman and her fellow dancers said they would be on their way, the HOA president began turning off the lights and continued telling people they had to get out. As the woman was exiting, the HOA president pushed her. A witness told police she had to step in between the two women, because she believed the HOA nike t-lite xi president would keep pushing the dancer. The officer spoke to the HOA president, who said she had heard that a dance party was going on and went to the clubhouse to kick the dancers out. She said she did not push the other woman, claiming she just put her hand up because she thought the woman was going to strike her. In the end, the HOA president admitted she could have handled the situation better. Both parties involved in the altercation calmed down, and the woman who was pushed declined to press charges. A stranger went to a home in the 5200 block of Avocado Boulevard and told the resident her friend had mistakenly arranged for a package to arrive at that address. She asked the resident to call her when the package arrived. The resident told the stranger she would not accept the package, and suggested the stranger call her friend and get the matter straightened out. The stranger said she would wait for the delivery truck herself. While the resident called her husband to tell him of the incident, nike 72 the stranger intercepted the delivery truck and got the package. The resident husband arrived at the scene and attempted to get the stranger tag number as she drove off in an older model silver Volvo at a high rate of speed. He told a deputy the stranger ran stop signs and was driving recklessly. A teen in the 5000 block of Solar Point Drive posted online that he had two pairs of Nike shoes to sell. One of his friends said he knew two possible buyers. The teen, accompanied by his father, met the buyers at a nearby park. After inspecting the shoes, the two buyers ran off with them. The teen and his father pursued them, but when his father fell, the teen gave up the chase. He told a deputy he recognized the robbers as students at his high school. The total value of the stolen Nikes was $300. The teen decided he did not want to press charges in the matter and considered it as a lesson learned.